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... point of no return. It smashed several of the members desks below to splinters. Thankfully no one was in the chamber at the time, but one of the politicians was heard to tell a friend mournfully that he'd "lost his seat". Literally. Another story we were told was that this was not the first building, because a suspicious fire had destroyed the first one. Suspicious because valuable paintings, furniture and most of the library books had actually been moved out just before it ...
It took another two or three days to reach the Canadian border. We lingered a little as we wanted to up-date everyone on our whereabouts – we knew in Canada our American 'phone would be out of business and wifi signals could be an issue. I had also addressed 56 postcards and needed to write them! Some picturesque scenery made the waiting worthwhile with an abundance of purple and pink lupines greeting ...
A couple of other comparison's we noticed: the $4.99 roasted chicken we
get at Costco in the US costs $7.50 at Costco in Canada, and a gallon
of milk in Cape Breton was $7.50 - OUCH!!!. The merchant told us that
the dairy farmers were well taken care of in Nova Scotia ;-)
As one fellow told us, the high taxes on alcohol and gasoline here, is just one way of helping to pay for their health care system here.
... over so we can better watch it cross the street and jump another fence at the house on the corner. I don't think the dog that lives there was out yet because there was no barking. and then it was gone. So levi then takes the opportunity to sniff everywhere the deer was.
All of this took place in under about 20 seconds.
I've named the deer clompy because that's the sound it's hooves made on the grass.
once again with the terrible roads, which i stand by - route 16A, part of the TCH in NB is HORRIBLE. so it was no surprise that about 10 km off the bridge, the highway was closed from what looked to be a horrific accident, complete with shattered class everywhere and a transport on its side. no idea where the car was. but it didn't look good.
we were detoured along the acadian coast, just 8 km out of the way, so actually ...